The “Elf on the Shelf” Parody Meme EXPLAINED
Social media has been flooded with memes that all parody the new Christmas tradition of The Elf on the Shelf. People on social media have been posting these funny word-play memes that mimic the name “Elf on the Shelf”.
Part of the fun is figuring out what the rhyme is supposed to be!
John O’Connell tweets, “You all know Elf on A Shelf, but now it’s time for:” Easy, right? Tide on a Slide!
Chance Harbour writes, “move over elf on a shelf” Did you guess it? Michael Scott in a Tater Tot!
Sam Corb says, “You’ve heard of Elf on a Shelf, now get ready for…” Laura Dern on an Urn!
Hey, I don’t write the memes, I just report on them.
So how did this meme start?
For those of you out there who didn’t know, the Elf on the Shelf is a relatively new Christmas-time tradition. Based on the 2005 book of the same name, The Elf on the Shelf is a toy elf who sits on a shelf throughout December to act as Santa’s eyes and ears. At night, the elf moves from his seat on the shelf, and the kids must find him so their parents can return the elf to his usual spot.
The Elf On The Shelf is a fun, family tradition!
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